October 29, 2020         
California Labor Secretary Joins Community Leaders To Discuss Job Pathways For Youth During COVID-19 Economic Recovery   •   Wounded Warrior Project Presents 'Honoring Our Warriors' A Virtual Veterans Day Celebration   •   Seqirus Presents First-of-its-Kind Study on Cell-Based Quadrivalent Influenza Vaccine (QIVc) Efficacy in Children ≥2 to <1   •   Nintendo Download: Assemble Your Team, From Pikmin to Hitmen   •   Diverse Group of Influential Women Leaders from Across America Create "Tag 10 Women Vote" to Engage 118 Million Eligible Women V   •   Savannah Bee Company Opens New Retail Storefront in South Carolina, Continuing Mission to Save Honeybees   •   Three VTech® Toys Nominated as Finalists for Distinguished Toy of the Year Awards   •   Diamond Resorts Announces 3-Year Extension with the LPGA and the 2021 Tournament of Champions   •   New L.A. Care and Planned Parenthood Los Angeles Partnership to Provide In-Network Health Care for More Than 23,000 Members   •   CURE Pharmaceutical’s® Wholly Owned Subsidiary SeraLabs® Introduces Nutri-Strips™, a Revolutionary Oral Thin   •   Curve Health Raises $6M Seed Round Led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, Hires Top 50 Healthcare Technology CEO, Rob MacNaughton   •   Providence Names Sylvain Trepanier as Chief Nursing Officer   •   Fabletics and Hydrow Team up to Deliver Immersive Fitness Experience in Retail and Beyond   •   TherapeuticsMD to Report Third Quarter 2020 Results on November 9, 2020   •   1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission Receives $1 Million Grant From Bank of America for Greenwood Rising   •   Blue Apron Holdings, Inc. Reports Third Quarter 2020 Results   •   BRAVADA International Launches WomensFashionWholesale.com - Its New Wholesale Women’s Fashion Superstore   •   Best Buy Reveals Black Friday Ad Earlier Than Ever, Hundreds of Deals Available Today   •   More Than 40% of Americans Say COVID-19 Has Influenced What Health Plan They Intend to Select During Open Enrollment   •   The Meteor Debuts UNDISTRACTED, New Weekly Podcast Hosted and Executive Produced by Brittany Packnett Cunningham
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Books-A-Million Honors U.S. Military with Coffee for the Troops Program Through October 24

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. , September 26 /Businesswire/ - It's that time of the year! Books-A-Million, in partnership with Soldiers’ Angels, is back with its 15th Coffee for the Troops program from Saturday, September 26 – Saturday, October 24


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